Eoghan MacGabhar , the Son of the Goat, by HELEN DREVER
A Talk to Young Golfers by ALEX. STARK , who will say a few words regarding recent young golfers' championship matches, and also a few words about keeping fit for the game
JOHN TAINSH will sing Songs of the Highlands
Excerpts from programmes for the week beginning July 14
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